CRA Errors

Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Kristi-Car, Sep 8, 2000.

  1. Kristi-Car

    Kristi-Car Guest

    "...Consumers report the harm to their reputation or daily life. The most
    common non-monetary harm reported by consumers is damage to their credit
    report through derogatory, inaccurate information. Forty-nine percent of
    California consumers reported that they were harmed in this manner. This
    negative credit information leads to the other problems most commonly
    reported by victims, including loan denials, bounced checks, and rejection
    of credit cards (taken from testimony link on site)"

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